Dialogue. Some novel writers love it, others struggle with it. If you’re in the second group, here are some tips on how to get started with dialogue this National Novel… NaNoWriMo: Tips for writing dialogue
Sometimes, as you write your novel, it can feel as though you’re just going through the motions and stating what happened. In order to have more vivid and memorable scenes,… NaNoWriMo: Tips For More Descriptive Language In Your Writing
Short story, novella, or novel – which should you write? When it comes to literary fiction, there are several ways one can tell a story. The most popular forms of… Short story, novella, or novel – which should you write?
Imagine: you have an idea for a novel or short story. You have mapped out your plot, and sketched out the world your characters will be living in. You have… How to Name Characters for Short Stories and Novels
Every year on George Washington’s birthday, the United States celebrates Presidents Day. Presidents Day is a federal holiday to honor the leaders of America’s highest office. Over the 234… Quotes from U.S. Presidents for Writers
A new year is upon us, and with it comes new opportunities. If you’re looking to finally write that project you’ve been thinking about for ages – whether it’s a… New Year, New Book: 5 Tips To Help You Write More in 2023
This week on Author Spotlight, we talk to Susan Logan, author of the Dorrance children’s book The Christmas Ghost Boy. The book centers on a couple who move shortly before… Author Spotlight: Susan J. Logan, “The Christmas Ghost Boy”
This week on Author Spotlight we have a conversation with Dorrance author Mary Franklin. Her book, The Murder Suicide House, is the result of years of investigations of the paranormal… Author Spotlight: Mary Franklin, “The Murder Suicide House”